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My Review: The Afton Morrison Series Complete & On Audible

The Afton Morrison Series

by Brent Jones


CC72DA4B-2463-4062-9DB5-C10FCA2C4ABBTogether for the first time, experience all four books in The Afton Morrison Series as one complete serial novel.

Afton Morrison, twenty-six, is a small-town children’s librarian by day, on a murderous mission to make the world a better place by night. From the hunt for a violent sexual predator to the last stand against her tormentor, The Afton Morrison Series delves into a world of moral ambiguity, told in four thrilling parts:

· Go Home, Afton
· See You Soon, Afton
· Nice Try, Afton
· Time’s Up, Afton

Packed with suspense, grit, and action, The Afton Morrison Seriesdelivers audiences an unlikely heroine in the form of a disturbed vigilante murderess.

This edition also features a bonus short story, A Book With No Pictures, the first published title from author Brent Jones to have featured Afton Morrison as a character.





Having read the entire Afton Morrison Collection, I was extremely excited to get my hands on the Audible version of it…

Well I can tell you I AM NOT DISAPPOINTED!! First I have to mention Kirstin James, she is INCREDIBLE!! I’m a singer, and I know about working your voice in and out of different keys. But WOW! What she does with her voice is mind boggling to me, it just blows me away!! She TOTALLY brought the characters that Brent wrote to life!! Afton, her character is important and she did her so perfectly! And OMG, Animus too!! I would plug my earbuds in at night sometimes and get so wrapped up in the story, that I ended up more than half the night. Bravo to her performance on every character!!

The entire Afton story. I love this story!! I love Afton and her messed up self. Her dark, twisted, murderous side and her loyal, caring, good hearted side. I’m an Afton FAN!! (Brent, we need T-Shirts or Mugs or something.) I love the whole Animus concept. And I love all the twist and turn and constant surprises. I wishes I could say more, because there’s a lot more I love. (OH, I love Twinkie!) But I don’t want to give too much away for new readers. But I will say that this is an AWESOME book, both to read and to listen to! Or do both, like me!!! 😂 I am really really hoping, FINGERS CROSSED, that there will be more Afton!! Maybe a spinoff, or something!!!

Highly Highly recommend this book if Psychological Thrillers are your thing!! I’m giving it as many stars as allowed, but it deserves stars upon stars upon stars!! You’re the best Brent, don’t stop writing!!




D95698F3-96E6-4FE6-860A-FA8DD0671ADBFrom bad checks to bathroom graffiti, Brent Jones has always been drawn to writing. He won a national creative writing competition at the age of fourteen, although he can’t recall what the story was about. Seventeen years later, he gave up his career to pursue creative writing full-time.

Jones writes from his home in Fort Erie, Canada. He’s happily married, a bearded cyclist, a mediocre guitarist, and the proud owner of two dogs with a God complex. Subscribe to his newsletter ( or follow him on social media (@AuthorBrentJ) for updates.


5 thoughts on “My Review: The Afton Morrison Series Complete & On Audible

  1. Wow, Donna!

    I don’t know what to say.

    Thanks, first and foremost, for reading, then reviewing, then listening, then reviewing again. I’m so glad you enjoyed my series enough to consume it twice.

    A spin-off, you say? I don’t know about that. Although, when working on producing the audiobook, Kristin asked me about the phone call Jared receives at the farmhouse in book two, See You Soon, Afton. Who was calling him? What was so important? Why did he leave his ringer on? We joked back and forth that Jared could get his own spin-off. What if — dun-dun-dun! — Jared was working with The Man in Shadows all along? The first book in his spin-off series would have to be called Pick Up, Jared.

    Doesn’t sound promising? No, I somehow didn’t think so, either.

    There certainly could be more books in the series to come down the road. I’d likely release them in the same format. Books one through four were sort of like season one, with a new episode every six weeks. Books five through eight (season two), let’s say, would follow the same sort of release schedule, with a bundle available at the end.

    What I think avid readers, such as yourself, will find interesting, for the time being, is hunting down Easter eggs. I posted about this previously on my website, at least with respect to book one, Go Home, Afton. There are numerous crossovers and references to my other works. I didn’t publish a similar post for books two, three, and four, however, because I figured I’d leave it up to readers to spot them.

    Hint: There’s a subtle reference to Chambers in books two and four, even though Chambers won’t be released until next Monday, December 10. And there’s a not-so-subtle reference to Fender in book four.

    Oh, and one last thing, while I’m thinking about. Remember, earlier this year, I posted about the woman behind Afton’s silhouette? Turns out, I was able to locate the photographer that took her photos, the ones I used for my covers. He may be able to supply more, with this same model, in a similar style, should I choose to write more titles in this series. Neat, huh?

    Anyway, I’ll leave my (rather lengthy) comment at that.

    Thanks again, Donna.


    PS: Where can I hear you sing?

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    1. Best comment EVER!!! Now Brent, you listen to me!!! You found the photographer of Afton’s silhouette?!! THAT IS LIKE A SIGN THAT THE SERIES MUST BE CONTINUED!!!!! Oh, and tell Kristin to leave Jared alone!!! Poor guy. Now KIM…

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    1. Thanks! It is fabulous!! I’ve really had a great time reading it. Who’d have thought I would have just as much fun listen to it too. But it was like the narrator brought it all alive!! I love a good narrator!

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